Service-oriented components differ greatly with the traditional ones in the Service-Oriented Architecture. The ways of scheduling components seamlessly according to the agile computing needs to fit the e-business requirements is the key technology in the highly distributed, paralleled environment. In this paper, Based on the Multi-Agent Coalition, a new service-oriented component dynamic scheduling model is proposed, including the Multi-Agent Organization to schedule and coordinate the component assembly, the design of virtual execution task list table and self-learning algorithm, the definition of the Services component model, and the mechanism of collaboration Agents to search, discovery, concurrent schedule, dynamic assembly when execution in an heterogeneous network environment. To a large extent, the thesis solves the traditional problem of over-emphasis on centralized control logic, which leads to lacking flexibility in e-Business computing presently, and helps e-business service-oriented components become more adaptive, mobility and intelligence.
He, Tao; Tang, Bin; and Qian, Leqiu, "Study of SOA Component Dynamic Scheduling Based on Mobile Agent Coalition" (2004). ICEB 2004 Proceedings (Beijing, China). 195.